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Amy Barrett

Amy Barrett

With two young daughters and one on the way, Amy Barrett found that even walking had become a serious challenge. That’s when she came to University Hospitals Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute, where they determined she’d been living for fourteen years with a life-threatening heart condition. And after determining that she would need a transplant, UH came through with a brand new heart for Amy. So now, she’s enjoying a beautiful life surrounded by her three beautiful daughters, every day.

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Jim Bond

Jim Bond

You’d be hard-pressed to find Jim Bond indoors. The avid bicyclist found himself on a challenging path in 1992, when he was diagnosed with a highly aggressive bone marrow cancer. Jim sought treatment at University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center, where he was treated with a series of clinical trials and stem cell transplants. Since then, Jim has been able to make great strides. And now, you’ll find him back on his bike. That is, if you can catch up to him.

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Emilee Starling

Emilee Starling

Emilee Starling has been dancing since the age of four. But at the age of 15, she was diagnosed with Idiopathic Adolescent Scoliosis – a condition that kept her from her passion. She took steps to receive treatment at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, and on July 18th, 2011, underwent a successful operation at the hands of Dr. Jochen Paul Son-Hing. And today, you’ll find Emilee twirling closer and closer to prima ballerina every day.

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